Happy Friday! This is the first post in a new monthly series that will feature restaurants in Wicomico County. We'll ask a representative of each restaurant a few questions and take you behind the scenes of some of Wicomico County's foodie hot spots.
First up is Mogan's Oyster House in Downtown Salisbury.
We asked Mogan's Oyster House Owner Brad Mogan the following questions.
What kinds of dishes are you known for?
Fresh, local seafood, and farm-to-table produce, highlighting the traditions of the Eastern Shore with a touch of flair from down south.
What’s one dish you would recommend a visitor try?
Our seasonal fresh catch preparation (currently Pan Seared Red Snapper, with Coconut Velouté, Yukon Gold Potato Croquettes, and Sautéed Mushrooms).
What’s something unique on your menu?
Our Soft Shell Crab Tacos with Spicy Seaweed Salad, topped with Curry Crema.
What drinks would you recommend?
Blue Heron -- blueberry syrup with elderflower, vodka and lavender bitters,
served with a homemade snowball. Or, choose from an outstanding beer list!
Any nightly specials you’d like to highlight?
- Monday Nights: Industry Nights - anyone who works at a local restaurant gets 25% off; Kick the Keg - featured beer is 50% off all night.
- Tuesdays: Buy One, Get One Lobster Rolls (dine-in only).
- Wednesdays: Wine Wednesday - bottles of wine are 50% off.
- Sundays: We are particularly excited about Sunday Supper, a family-style four-course meal. This is $30 per person, and as an example, could include Antipasti, Cavatappi Bolognese, Chicken Marsala and New York Cheesecake.
See more on our Instagram Reels.
Learn more about Mogan's Oyster House on the restaurant's website.
From top to bottom, the photos show:
- Mussels with saffron cream, pickled fennel and grilled bread
- Smoked salmon with sauce gribiche, pickled red onions and sesame crackers
- Honest Oysters, from Girdletree, Maryland (Girdletree is about 35 minutes from Mogan's)